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Understanding Climate Recovery From Warming. 

 The Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) was a rapid warming event (hyperthermal) 56 million years ago. It is studied as an analogy of current climate warming, so that we understand what happens during increasing temperatures.. We are examining how the climate recovered several tens of thousands of years after the warming started. 

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Tracing silicate weathering processes in the permafrost-dominated Lena River watershed using lithium isotopes

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NATURE Communications – Carbfix

NATURE Communications – Carbfix0 Comments This figure shows the general idea behind CarbFix: I) capture of CO2 released from the power plant; ii) dissolution of the CO2 into water; iii) transport of the carbon-rich water to the injection site; iv) injection into...

Earth’s Thermostat

Earth's Thermostat Dr. Jan  Drozd Published in Popular Astronomy http://www.popastro.com/ Jan Drozd looks at the influences on the Earth’s climate and considers why other planets’ climates in our Solar System are so different. Global warming, also known as climate...

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NATURE Communications – Carbfix

NATURE Communications – Carbfix0 Comments This figure shows the general idea behind CarbFix: I) capture of CO2 released from the power plant; ii) dissolution of the CO2 into water; iii) transport of the carbon-rich water to the injection site; iv) injection into...

Earth’s Thermostat

Earth's Thermostat Dr. Jan  Drozd Published in Popular Astronomy http://www.popastro.com/ Jan Drozd looks at the influences on the Earth’s climate and considers why other planets’ climates in our Solar System are so different. Global warming, also known as climate...